Two city arenas open for one-on-one training

As part of the provinces phase one Path Forward relaunch on February 8, the City of Lethbridge says it will be keeping all recreation and culture facilities closed for now. That will include all public pools and arenas.

Starting Monday, one-on-one training will be allowed in places like the ATB Centre and ENMAX Centre.  Lethbridge Recreation and Culture Manager, Robin Harper, says they are working with various sporting groups to help them adjust to the change.

“Lethbridge minor hockey is one of our largest users…figure skating we’ve been working with, we’ve had some conversations with speed skating, as well as some of our private large users,” says Harper.

Due to the variation in public health guidelines, the public is encouraged to reach out to other facilities directly should they have specific questions about their programming and re-opening plans:

-Helen Schuler Nature Centre www.lethbridge.ca/hsnc

-YMCA of Lethbridge lethbridgeymca.ca

-Lethbridge Library www.lethlib.ca

-Galt Museum / Fort Whoop-Up www.galtmuseum.com / fort.galtmuseum.com

-Casa www.casalethbridge.ca

-Multicultural Centre – Southern Alberta Ethnic Association saea.ca

-Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden – nikkayuko.com

Ainsley O'Riley

Ainsley O'Riley

Originally from Ontario, Ainsley started her broadcasting career at the age of sixteen with Rogers TV. She is a graduate of the College of Sports Media in Toronto and has previously worked with TSN on The Jay and Dan show, and Canada Laughs on Sirius XM. She has also worked for the Canadian Football League. She is looking forward to connecting with the community.

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